(Redirected from Tri-City Stadium)
|Location||Pasco, Washington United States |
|Tri-City Dust Devils|
Opened in 1995, the park originally hosted of the independent Western Baseball League. When the Portland Rockies moved to Pasco in 2001, they called it Tri-City Stadium, then Dust Devils Stadium, until selling Gesa Credit Union acquired naming rights in 2008.
"Tri" aside, the city of Pasco owns the playpen; the lease still lets the team sell naming rights but now specifies the default name as Pasco Stadium and bars the club from naming its home for itself. The other two cities in the triplet are Kennewick, WA and Richland, WA, both located nearby on the Columbia River.
It seats 3,654 people.